Navigating Organizational Change The health care industry, like other industries, is a very competitive environment. As organizational behavior within health care companies evolves, it will be even more important to consider the future use of learning about/applying concepts of organizational behavior and the need for continuing education. After a productive year with the medical waste management company, Justin has now been tasked with implementing a company-wide policy change to require continuing education. Each employee will now be required to complete 2 hours of continuing education each year. Justin’s supervisor has asked for an analysis and plan for the implementation of this company-wide change. This analysis will be presented to company leadership as a tool for understanding and implementing this change. Answer the following prompts as your analysis of the change process identified above. Write your answers beneath each prompt. Explain the importance of continuing education regarding organizational change (100 to 175 words). One of the benefits of continuing education in an organization is to make sure that your employees know, understand, and takes accountability. A learning and development culture encourages your employees to get better which will in turn make your organization better. A learning and development culture promotes growth, awareness, and an opportunity to focus on learning and developing the strengths of your employees. An employee that is effectively trained during continuing education can also train other employees. Also having them cross train on different areas if at any case they need to help in different departments. Providing opportunities for your employees to discover their passions and aligning it with their job duties creates purpose. And when every member of your team is aware of their purpose, anything is possible.
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- Spring '16
- Management, Organizational studies